Traditional Chinese Medicine or TCM can be defined as a natural, drug-free and holistic system of primary healthcare that includes Acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, Chinese remedial massage, diet and lifestyle advice and exercise and breathing therapy such as Taiji and Qigong.

In Acupuncture treatments, very fine sterilized needles are inserted painlessly into your body’s acu-points. This connects the acupuncturist with your innate healing energy or Qi. In accord with TCM principles your Qi is then utilised to clear the stagnant energy causing you pain and/or to strengthen and nourish your vital organs depending on the treatment plan.

Initial Acupuncture treatments are usually an hour long, after which and depending on your condition you can follow up with one hour or forty minutes sessions as required. Three to six treatments is the norm before a review of the treatment effectiveness would occur, however “one off” treatments are common.

I recommend Acupuncture and TCM Remedial Massage combination treatments as the most effective treatment approach for sports injuries and musculoskeletal disorders including sprains and strains, stress and tension and also for headaches and painful ailments in general. These treatments may include Electro-Acupuncture, heat application, Gua Sha and Cupping as well as Remedial Massage Therapy.

TCM Remedial Massage Therapy is widely chosen as a therapeutic treatment modality for conditions of stress, pain and tension, or simply for relaxation purposes.

I utilise a wide range of massage applications form very deep tissue, remedial massage that incorporates TCM diagnostics, Trigger point therapy, Moxa Therapy, Cupping and Gua Sha, through to profoundly relaxing full body massages using the blissful techniques of Tui Na, Qi massage and polarity therapy.

The Chinese Herbal formulae that I utilise in clinic are in pil or capsule form, cost effective, very easy to ingest and very useful in treating both recent and long-standing health disorders.

I also utilize practitioner only mineral and vitamin supplementation from Metagenics to bring you a well rounded approach to your health needs.

I also have a range of liniments for sprains and strains including Zheng Gu Shui, Po Sum On Oil and Fisiocrem.

Traditional Chinese Medicine or TCM can be defined as a natural, drug-free and holistic system of primary healthcare that includes Acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, Chinese remedial massage, diet and lifestyle advice and exercise and breathing therapy such as Taiji and Qigong.

In Acupuncture treatments, very fine sterilized needles are inserted painlessly into your body’s acu-points. This connects the acupuncturist with your innate healing energy or Qi. In accord with TCM principles your Qi is then utilised to clear the stagnant energy causing you pain and/or to strengthen and nourish your vital organs depending on the treatment plan.

Initial Acupuncture treatments are usually an hour long, after which and depending on your condition you can follow up with one hour or forty minutes sessions as required. Three to six treatments is the norm before a review of the treatment effectiveness would occur, however “one off” treatments are common.

I recommend Acupuncture and TCM Remedial Massage combination treatments as the most effective treatment approach for sports injuries and musculoskeletal disorders including sprains and strains, stress and tension and also for headaches and painful ailments in general. These treatments may include Electro-Acupuncture, heat application, Gua Sha and Cupping as well as Remedial Massage Therapy.

TCM Remedial Massage Therapy is widely chosen as a therapeutic treatment modality for conditions of stress, pain and tension, or simply for relaxation purposes.

I utilise a wide range of massage applications form very deep tissue, remedial massage that incorporates TCM diagnostics, Trigger point therapy, Moxa Therapy, Cupping and Gua Sha, through to profoundly relaxing full body massages using the blissful techniques of Tui Na, Qi massage and polarity therapy.

The Chinese Herbal formulae that I utilise in clinic are in pil or capsule form, cost effective, very easy to ingest and very useful in treating both recent and long-standing health disorders.

I also utilize practitioner only mineral and vitamin supplementation from Metagenics to bring you a well rounded approach to your health needs.

I also have a range of liniments for sprains and strains including Zheng Gu Shui, Po Sum On Oil and Fisiocrem.

Tim Lyne, Doctor of Acupuncure at Transform Natural Medicine, Melbourne, Harrietville and Bright, Victoria, 3741.         Treatments by Appointment only, Ph: 0403 595 070

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